HikingLouisiana Tag: Kisatchie National Forest

Natural Spring And Secret Waterfall In Kisatchie National Forest

Ask a local about the natural spring in Kisatchie National Forest and they will tell you exactly where to get the freshest water you have ever tasted.   Located off forest road 380 this natural spring has been providing locals with fresh, clean mountain water for generations. During the height of the pandemic last year […]

HikingLouisiana Tag: Kisatchie National Forest

Hiking The Kisatchie Hills Wilderness Trails In Louisiana

The Kisatchie Hills Wilderness Trails are actually four separate trails located in the Kisatchie National Forest of Louisiana. They consist of the Backbone Trail, High Ridge Trail, Explorer Trail and Turpentine Trail.   The Backbone Trail is the main trail that is around 7.5 miles long one way and the other three trails intersect it […]

CampgroundsLouisiana Tag: Kisatchie National Forest

Camping In Coyote Campground In The Kisatchie National Forest

Coyote campground is located within the National Red Dirt Wildlife Management Preserve of the Kisatchie National Forest of Louisiana.   It has clean vault toilets, but no other amenities. This is a primitive campground with no trash cans, water or hookups. There are also no picnic tables or fire rings provided. We gathered rocks and […]